1. Zenway Blvd, Saint Kitts 

    September 2014

    Taking a stroll with the girls. 


  2. Carambola, Saint Kitts and Nevis

    July 2014

    In the photographic spirit. I found the red, white, and blue down here. Happy 4th of July to all my American friends and followers! 


  3. Canada Day

    Ocean’s Edge, Saint Kitts and Nevis

    July 2014

    Happy Canada Day from the Islands! Love my country from anywhere i am in the world. Ain’t no place like home. Ain’t no other place i rather be from!


  4. island study mix


  5. Oualie Beach Bar

    Saint Kitts and Nevis

    April 2014

    Good Friends. Good Times.


  6. "Flags" 

    May 2014

    My entries for the BBC “Your Pictures” page entry featured on their website. The theme as you can tell was flags. The first photo being the saffron flags of the Swamninarayan Temple in Toronto, Canada. The other two are the flags displayed and stocked at a local souvenir shop. 


  7. Keity.

    Saint Kitts and Nevis

    May 2014

    When I crossed paths with this Kittitian construction worker one afternoon, I was completely spellbound by these striking blue eyes. He stuck out like a sore thumb with his blondish-brown coloured hair. Although i found look at them mesmerizing, he told me usually people’s reaction to them was quite the contrary. Most women found them “scary” as he put it. He remembers the only person in his family to have the same iris colour was his grandfather, right before his passing.

    He was not only kind enough to let me take his picture, but also a gentleman in every sense of the word during his portraiture. After i finished this final edit, I felt like a photojournalist for national geographic. Surely one my most favourite photos i’ve taken so far. 

    A big thanks to him for allowing a very persistent and enthusiastic young lady to indulge in her hobbies. Keity - you’re my “diamond in the rough.”

    I may have also been trespassing and breaking a school rule or two. Maybe.



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    "the best part about life - it goes on."

  9. MoRoCo Chocolat

    Toronto, Canada

    May 2014

    Nothing like brunch in the upscale neighbourhood of Yorkville to kick off the weekend. With macaroons for days and delicious food, it was a perfect way to honouring a tradition of having lunch with Neha and Pia on my short break of being home. 


  10. "Zembia, Zenda, Xanadu:
    All our world-dreams may come true.
    Fairy lands are fearsome too.
    As i wander far from view.
    Read, and bring me home to you.”

    Salman Rushdie, Haroun and the Sea of Stories.  

    Rushdie wrote this dedication for his 9-year-old son, Zafar during the years he was forced into hiding. This became the first children’s book Rushdie wrote. Earlier versions of the story came to be during Zafar’s bedtime, where he questioned his father why all the books he wrote we’re only for “grown-ups.” As a promise to his son, he wrote a story that was suitable for him to read. The story is an allegory to real life, explaining to his son the predicament he was in and why they had to be apart.